OCT 5, 2019 - Shred It Day - Accept no substitute for the real thing
October 05, 2019




Protect yourself, fight crime and be GREEN at the same time!!






Saturday, OCTOBER 5, 2019

9:00am- 1:00pm


Nissan Stadium, parking lots ‘B & D’

(Enter from Interstate Drive)




Take the first step in protecting yourself from identity theft crimes. Your old personal documents will be instantly destroyed by a Shred-it high speed, mobile, cross shredder.


All shredded material will be recycled so you will also help protect the environment!


All proceeds from your $5 per box donation will benefit Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, that is working with local law enforcement to solve serious crimes in your community. 

ALL DONATIONS GO DIRECTLY TO OUR REWARD FUND!  Receipts will be made available for your tax deductible donation. 


Nashville Crime Stoppers’ community partner for this great event is Shred-It, the world’s leading on-site document destruction company.  For information about Shred-It visit www.shredit.com






The improper use of prescription medication should be a concern to everyone.  Metro police officers will be on site to collect the prescription medications that you no longer need and we will properly dispose of them to protect our environment.





Metro Nashville Police Department’s Auto Theft Unit Offers VIN Etching:

The MNPD’s Auto Theft Unit will be teaming up with Crime Stoppers for VIN etching during this year’s event at LP Field.  These etchings will be performed free with a suggested $10 donation to Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc. 

VIN etching involves the use of acid to etch your vehicle identification number (VIN) into every window of your vehicle and is used as an anti-theft deterrent.  It not only provides law enforcement with easy access to your VIN in the unlikely event your car is stolen, it also provides identification of your car if it happens to be sold for parts.  For more information on the VIN etching, please contact the Auto Theft Unit, 862-7612 or 862-7609.








¡¡ Protéjase, lucha el crimen, y sea VERDE al mismo tiempo !!






Saturday, OCTOBER 5, 2019


9:00am- 1:00pm


Nissan Stadium, parking lots ‘B & D’

(Enter from Interstate Drive)



Tome el primer paso en la protección contra los delitos de robo de identidad.  Sus documentos personales viejos serán inmediatamente destruidos por un Shred-It de alta velocidad, móvil, trituradora.


¡Todo el material triturado se recicla y usted también ayudara al medio ambiente!


Todos los ingresos do los $5 por caja de donación beneficiara Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc., a 501 (C) 3 sin-fines-de-lucro organización que esta involucrada con las autoridades locales para resolver los graves delitos en su comunidad. ¡TODAS LAS DONACIONES VAN DIRECTAMENTE A NUESTRO FONDO de RECOMPENSA!  Recibos de su donación deducible de impuestos serán disponibles.


El socio comunitario de Nashville Crime Stoppers de este gran evento es Shred-It, el mundial líder de destrucción de documentos en sitio.  Para mas información acerca de Shred-It, visite www.shredit.com



El uso inapropiado de medicamentos con receta debe ser una preocupación para todos.  Los agentes de la policía metro estarán en el lugar para recoger los medicamentos por receta medica que ya no necesite y van adecuadamente disponerlos para proteger nuestro medio ambiente.


Metro Nashville Departamento de Policía Unidad de Robos de Autos ofrece VIN grabado:

La Unidad de Robos de Autos de MNPD se unirá con Crime Stoppers para grabar VIN’s durante la celebración este año en LP Field.  Estos Grabados serán hechos por una donación de $10 que beneficia al Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc.  La grabación de su AUTO es el uso de acido para grabar el VIN de su auto en cada ventana de su auto y es usado como un anti robo.  No solo da fácil acceso a su numero VIN si le roban el auto, también ayuda identificar su auto si por casualidad se vende para los componentes.  Para  más información sobre la grabación de VIN, hagan contacto con la Unidad de Robos de Autos, 862-7612 o 862-7609.


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CrimeTracker: Most Wanted Sex Offenders airs Thursday on News 2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – News 2 is partnering with law enforcement to spotlight sex offenders on the run in Middle Tennessee.

All day Thursday, News 2’s ongoing CrimeTracker reports continue with fugitives convicted of sex crimes wanted in your neighborhood.

With special reports airing in every newscast, CrimeTracker: Most Wanted Sex Offenders will examine new challenges authorities face as they work to keep tabs on offenders.

CrimeTracker: Most Wanted Sex Offenders begins Thursday at 4 a.m. on Good Morning Nashville and continues in each newscast.


Shred It Totals from April 18th event
April 22, 2015

  Thank you for making our last Saturday's Shred It fundraiser a success.  Despite the last minute change in our parking lot location, we persevered together and managed to have another great event thanks to YOU!

  We raised a total of $3,718 and all of that money goes directly to our reward fund.  Since our first event in April 2010 we have raised a total of $45,223 that has gone entirely to our reward fund.  By utilizing our Shred It partners to dispose of sensitive documents, we have shredded over 258,000 lbs of paper since our first Shred It Day; that works out to saving 1,295 trees. 

  Our MNPD's Auto Theft Unit also was on hand Saturday morning offering VIN etching.  The process of VIN etching involves the use of acid to etch small vehicle identification numbers into every window of the vehicle in order to assist being a theft deterrent.  And so far, Auto Theft has etched 70 vehicles.  All of the monies donated to the VIN etching program also went directly to our reward fund.

  We have recovered 924 lbs of prescription drugs utilizing our medication drop box.  By using this free service, together we can safely dispose of your old and unused medicines.  So please do not flush or pour medicine down the drain. 

  We'll see you next time in Fall 2015 for our next Shred It fundraiser.


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